game of Thrones may be over, but the spirit of the show lives on Westworld. When Stubbs and Bernard are in the second episode of Park 4 WestworldIn season three there is a not so subtle nod GOT – The couple walks through an underground area where GOT Showrunner David Benioff and D.B. White cameos as technicians.
While Benioff and Weiss work in a glass room, you can hear the latter talking about selling a host to a startup in Costa Rica. Although this is not your normal host – it is a dragon! Yes, like in Daenerys Targaryens Drogon. In the scene there are also pictures of hosts in medieval dress, similar to the costumes of GOTand a few photos of castles that look like Drachenstein and the Red Fortress when Stubbs and Bernard enter an office.
How exactly did the cameo come about? Westworld Creator Jonathan Nolan teased that GOT The author George R. R. Martin has already made a crossover episode for some time. "We are friends with both Dan and David who are lovely people," said Nolan The Hollywood Reporter. "They were incredibly supportive and welcoming to us when we got our show up and running. George RR Martin too. George often did a crossover episode. When the time for Luke [Hemsworth] and Jeffrey [Wright] came characters that we couldn't resist wandering around the guts of the mesa. "
Nolan also noted that Park 4 is a reference to Medieval World from the 1973 film Westworld based on. "This was an opportunity not only to pay homage to that, but also [game of Thrones] the show that gave us the opportunity to do this show, "he said." She reinvented television in terms of its ambition, production values, and the scope of the stories they told. We wanted to pay homage to them. Dan and David were very friendly and agreed to spend a night with us on the set – and they brought one of their great fire-breathing friends with them. "
Whether Westeros is actually a world in Delos Park, Nolan does not confirm theories, but he definitely wants fans to consider the possibility. "We called it Park 4, so we leave it to the imagination of the audience."